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Chickasaw Nation General Election
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Indigenous in Ecuador Struggle to Get Chevron to Pay Up on $9.5 Billion in Damages
Their land still saturated with goop, indigenous groups in Ecuador are awaiting a decision in the Supreme Court of Canada on whether Chevron Corp...
Ceviche: 5 Variations of the Inka Original Seafood Dish
A wide-mouthed, long stemmed cocktail glass sits before me, holding ceviche almost too pretty to eat...
5 Questions With IACHR Peruvian Lawyer Diego García Sayán
Peruvian lawyer Diego García Sayán served as his country’s minister of justice and minister of foreign relations before joining the Inter-American Court of Human Rights in 2004...
Study: 9 Countries and the Way Laws Affect the Indigenous Peoples
The ways that laws affecting Indigenous Peoples in Latin America are interpreted by courts – including those dealing with control of natural resources, property and prior consultat...
Ecuadorian Government Shuts Down Indigenous Advocate Organization
The Ecuadorian government shut down the non-profit Pachamama Foundation, which advocates on indigenous and environmental issues, on December 4...
US Denies Visas to Ecuadoreans Connected to $18B Chevron Case
The ongoing struggle in Ecuador’s fight with Chevron-Texaco added a new wrinkle to the story on September 20 when the United States denied visas to an Ecuadorian delegation that wa...
Plan to Drill in Yasuni National Park Divides Ecuadorians
Despite protests at home and abroad, Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa has moved quickly to consolidate support for his decision to drill oil wells in Yasuni National Park, in that...
Cruel Bait and Switch: Correa to Allow Oil Drilling in Amazonian Park
Ecuador’s president announced August 15 that he would allow oil drilling in a fragile Amazonian park inhabited by nomadic tribes...
Cutest Species on Earth Discovered by Scientists: Hello, Olinguito!
It rivals both teddy bears and kittens for cuteness, and until recently this animal's existence was not known to those beyond its habitat high in the Andes...
No Rest, No Peace for Lonesome George: Giant Tortoise Gets Stuffed
It seems that Lonesome George, the Galápagos tortoise who never mated and then died a year ago at age 100, will not be permitted to rest in peace, after all...
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